AAPL - Apple Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
188.74
-0.10 (-0.05%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close188.84
Open187.88
Bid0.00 x 1000
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's Range187.20 - 189.22
52 Week Range142.28 - 194.20
Volume14,842,280
Avg. Volume30,069,955
Market Cap927.684B
Beta1.15
PE Ratio (TTM)18.26
EPS (TTM)10.34
Earnings DateJul 30, 2018 - Aug 3, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield2.92 (1.55%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-11
1y Target Est198.48
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  • Apple to share exact location with 911
    Yahoo Finance Video12 hours ago

    Apple to share exact location with 911

    Apple’s iOS12 will automatically share an iPhone user’s exact location with emergency responders after calling 911. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith, Julia La Roche, Andy Serwer and Dan Howley discuss.

  • Reuters49 minutes ago

    Australian court fines Apple $6.7 million over iPhone 'bricking' case

    An Australian court fined U.S. electronics giant Apple Inc (APPL.O) A$9 million (5.05 million pounds) on Tuesday after a regulator accused it of using a software update to disable iPhones which had cracked screens fixed by third parties. The Australian Competitor and Consumer Commission (ACCC) sued the world's biggest company by market value for "bricking" - or using a software update to disable - hundreds of smartphones and tablet devices, then refusing to unlock them if the devices had been serviced by non-Apple repairers. On Tuesday the Australian Federal Court found in the regulator's favour, saying Apple had breached the country's consumer law by telling some 275 customers they were not eligible for a remedy if their device had been repaired by a third party.

  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Asian stocks sink, led by Apple suppliers, on Trump’s latest tariff threat

    Asian stocks dropped Tuesday following President Donald Trump’s announcement of potentially $200 billion of additional tariffs against imports from China.

  • Australian court fines Apple $6.7 million over iPhone 'bricking' case
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Australian court fines Apple $6.7 million over iPhone 'bricking' case

    An Australian court fined U.S. electronics giant Apple Inc A$9 million ($6.7 million) on Tuesday after a regulator accused it of using a software update to disable iPhones which had cracked screens fixed by third parties. The Australian Competitor and Consumer Commission (ACCC) sued the world's biggest company by market value for "bricking" - or using a software update to disable - hundreds of smartphones and tablet devices, then refusing to unlock them if the devices had been serviced by non-Apple repairers. On Tuesday the Australian Federal Court found in the regulator's favor, saying Apple had breached the country's consumer law by telling some 275 customers they were not eligible for a remedy if their device had been repaired by a third party.

  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Trump reportedly told Apple that tariffs against China would spare iPhones

    Tech giant worries China will retaliate as trade tensions heat upBloomberg NewsCustomers check out Apple iPhones in Shanghai, China, in 2015. Apple Inc. iPhones assembled in China will not be subject to U.S. tariffs, according to a report Monday, but the tech giant may still get punished by rising trade tensions. The New York Times reported that the Trump administration has told Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook that tariffs would not be placed on iPhones imported from China.

  • Financial Times4 hours ago

    [$$] Supreme Court to review Apple app store commissions case

    The US Supreme Court has agreed to consider a case from  Apple that could determine how antitrust complaints are handled against a wide range of ecommerce sites including  Amazon and  eBay .  The case ...

  • Is Roku Ready to Enter the Smart-Speaker Market?
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    Is Roku Ready to Enter the Smart-Speaker Market?

    All signs point to the streaming-device maker having a focused presence.

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    Trump told Apple CEO iPhones will be spared from China tariffs - New York Times

    The newspaper reported that Cook travelled to the White House last month to warn Trump of the potentially adverse effects of Trump's trade policies on Apple in China but did not specify precisely when Trump made the commitment to Cook. Apple and the White House were not immediately available for comment.

  • Trump told Apple CEO iPhones will be spared from China tariffs: NYT
    Reuters4 hours ago

    Trump told Apple CEO iPhones will be spared from China tariffs: NYT

    The newspaper reported that Cook traveled to the White House last month to warn Trump of the potentially adverse effects of Trump's trade policies on Apple in China but did not specify precisely when Trump made the commitment to Cook. Apple and the White House were not immediately available for comment.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 hours ago

    [$$] Australia Court Orders Apple to Pay Penalty for Service Breach

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission sued Apple last year, alleging the tech giant violated Australian law by telling customers it wouldn’t fix the devices for free because they had previously been serviced by stores outside Apple’s network. The federal court of Australia “declared the mere fact that an iPhone or iPad had been repaired by someone other than Apple didn’t, and could not, result in the consumer guarantees ceasing to apply,” Commissioner Sarah Court said in a statement Tuesday. The regulator’s lawsuit was seen as a broad challenge to Apple requiring customers to pay for repairs to defective components if their device was previously serviced by a third party.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 hours ago

    [$$] Apple to Push Fix for Locating 911 Callers

    Apple Inc. is partnering with a startup to tackle a problem that has long vexed 911 operators: locating cellphone callers. Most 911 calls are made using mobile phones, but those callers’ locations are harder to pinpoint than those of calls made using traditional landlines—a problem that can delay first responders. It created technology that pipes location information from smartphones and other internet-connected devices directly into the software used within 911 call centers.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 hours ago

    [$$] Supreme Court to Consider Apple Appeal in Lawsuit Over iPhone App Prices

    WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court announced Monday that it will hear an Apple Inc. appeal challenging the propriety of a lawsuit brought by consumers who allege that the company illegally monopolized the sale of iPhone apps. The justices, in a brief written order, said they would review a lower-court ruling that said consumers had legal standing to proceed with their claims. The case, Apple v. Pepper, centers on allegations that consumers pay artificially high prices for iPhone apps because Apple maintains an exclusive marketplace for their sale and charges a 30% commission to app developers.

  • Today's Top Tech Headlines
    Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Today's Top Tech Headlines

    WATCH: @emilychangtv breaks down today's hottest tech headlines #tictocnews - Apple invests $550M in JD.com - Supreme Court reviews iPhone app fee suit - Central Bank overseer casts doubt on Bitcoin (Source: ...

  • Yahoo Finance Live: Market Movers - Jun 18th, 2018
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    Yahoo Finance Live: Market Movers - Jun 18th, 2018

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